Binta Jammeh

Binta Jammeh wears many hats – educator, facilitator, organizer, social entrepreneur, and mental health advocate – in support of community-led initiatives focused on reducing social and environmental inequalities. She has 10+ years experience working internationally on issues related to digital literacy, educational, social, and economic inclusion of marginalized communities, capacity and community building, and intercultural communication. Her current work focuses on helping organizations build citizen-led movements for social change, training youth leaders and activists in campaigning, community building and mobilization, and building networks of peer learning, support, and empowerment for marginalized communities.

She’s currently based in Paris, and when she’s not working, she can be found trying to perfect her recipe for the world’s best chocolate chunk cookie, listening to podcasts, and volunteering with grassroots anti-racist and feminist organizations.

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